New law requires better reporting, tracking of cancer among firefighters

New law requires better reporting, tracking of cancer among firefighters

We pay firefighters to battle blazes on our behalf. But are we protecting them enough once the job is done?
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Teens sacrifice sleep, summer vacation to train in Student Trooper program

More than 50 teenagers volunteered to spend a week getting up at 5 in the morning and having no access to cell phones. It’s not a typical summer vacation when you attend the American Legion’s Student Trooper program.
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Six city employees exposed to arsenic in Durham

Several employees with the City of Durham are receiving treatment after being exposed to arsenic last month.
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28-story Durham city center almost complete

The looming 28-story skyscraper in downtown Durham is almost finished. Complete with a roof deck, gym, outdoor dog track, pool and lounge on the top floor, this new building is dynamic and entrepreneurial.
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White supremacist gangs growing in NC, officials say

Gang activity overall is on the rise in North Carolina, and the sharpest increase is among white supremacist groups, law enforcement officials said Friday.
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Tarboro assisted living facility where resident was strangled has license revoked

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services this week revoked the license of a Tarboro assisted living facility where a resident was strangled earlier this year.
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